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I disabled all downclocking and thermal options. Using the 125 strap X 38. XMP for the ram, running at 2000Mhz. (rated speed for the ram is 2133 so, no it's downtweaked a bit) I believe it is possible to manually achieve the rated RAM speed through advanced tweaking of the timings and voltages but I haven't had time to really mess around with it all. A new BIOS was just released in the past couple of days so maybe it's easier to accomplish than it was before. Haven't tried to push it any further either, but I'll bet this chip/board can go a lot higher in terms of overall clock speed. Idle temps are around 31C at current settings.

wow thanks man, that is the most information anyone has given me. im running RIVE board, my ram is also 2133. i was going to try and get 4.5 and keep my ram at its factory rate. I have the same cooling as you. H100 push/pull
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SO if someone is running this chip on 125 on the bus and just 4.5 GHz... how would that compare (in games) to running the 2500k at 5 GHz?
    
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Nice build. If you do media production you should check out the link in my sig to Seans ramdisk guide. Ramdisks are great for dumping raw files for editing and so on.

cool, thanks for the heads up..

i'll check it out.. i've got plenty of ram so loading up a dvd worth up there i'd be golden..
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edit* moved post to more relevant thread.
Edited by xerophytic - 4/2/12 at 8:47pm
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Just updated the bios and decided to up the anty. Improved my pcmark score from 5779 to 5880 by going from 4.6225 to 4.75ghz. Done a simple 1.25 strap, ddr3 2000mhz xmp profile and rebooted into windows and changed the multiplier from 37 to 38.vcore stayed the same but the settings is auto still

http://3dmark.com/pcm7/314455
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hey guys

whats about Vcssa max safe for 24/7??

yesterday i tested my new GEiL ram (2133 1.5vdim) with automatic XMP and Memtest, and my Vcssa went to 1.25v!!!!!!!

i don't know if is very high for daily use.....

can you give me your overclock parameters???

thanks
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I dont understand how you all are using 2133 mem speeds. Is that a feautre of the motherboard and precssor you're using? I can barely get 1866 with high volts @ T1 myself on my Asus Maximum IV-Z 2600K
    
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I dont understand how you all are using 2133 mem speeds. Is that a feautre of the motherboard and precssor you're using? I can barely get 1866 with high volts @ T1 myself on my Asus Maximum IV-Z 2600K

Yeah, X79 boards support higher speeds, most can go up to 2400MHz XMP.
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http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=834&Itemid=38&limit=1&limitstart=0

New OC guide mainly for ASUS boards, interesting read for all x79 owners all the same..
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my board (Asus Sabertooth X79) offers 2600mhz xmp profile
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